Repertoire Classics - Violin
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Repertoire Classics - Violin


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Our Price: £11.95    Change Currency
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Media: Sheet Music, CD
Arrangement: Violin/Piano Accompaniment (VLN/PFA)
Catalogue #: CFBF73
This Item Earns 23 Musicroom Points

Description

Carl Fischer’s Repertoire Classics series consists of comprehensive and progressively graded collections of classic solos with piano accompaniment. Each book contains a fine mix of transcriptions of familiar classics along with solos written specifically for the instrument. Many of the pieces in these collections appear on state contest/festival required music lists. The pieces featured cover the performance levels of grade 2 through 4, representing all style periods, and include works by some of the greatest composers of all time.

As an added bonus, the included data CD contains MP3 audio files of the piano accompaniments to make practicing more fun. It also contains piano accompaniment parts for all pieces in the collection in PDF format. Our innovative and unique packaging allows Carl Fischer Music to provide you with large and useful collections of solo literature at affordable prices, and players will find them useful for years to come.

Examples of works in this volume include: Kreisler’s Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven, Haydn’s Minuet in D Major, Debussy’s Beau Soir, and many more.